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red shoes
Feeling stressed out about paying off your student loans? Maybe it’s time to change how you’re repaying them.
Red Shoes, Student, Financial Freedom
Remember how exciting it was to find out you were qualified for a student loan? Hooray! You could afford tuition, books, housing, etc. But now that you’re out of school and faced with the reality of paying that loan back, you might be feeling another emotion: anxiety. If that describes you, we have some ideas that can help.
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Back to School Finances
Everything You Wanted to Know About School Finances, but Were Afraid to Ask
Student, Worth Saving For, Spending
If you’re a student or a parent, the beginning of the school year, especially a college career, can be intimidating, though it doesn’t have to be. By studying up on financial planning before the first day of school, you can be ready to tackle whatever college – and life – may throw at you.

Before Classes Start
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The ABCs of 529 Plans
SFA, Family, Student
If you're already saving for college, you've probably heard about 529 plans. 529 plans are revolutionizing the way parents and grandparents save for college, similar to the way 401(k) plans revolutionized retirement savings. Americans are pouring billions of dollars into 529 plans, and contributions are expected to increase dramatically in the coming decade. Where did these plans come from, and what makes them so attractive?
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college student money guide
FIVE MONEY TIPS FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS
Money Tips, Student, Worth Saving For
Summer isn’t over quite yet, but before you know it you’ll be back at school. Whether it’s your first year or last, now is the time to think about your higher-ed financial institution. Keep reading for some banking tips to help you develop a financial plan before you set foot on campus.
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